Capitalism: An economic system based on the production of goods for profit, and the private ownership of the means of production.

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Altruism: The practice and principle of using actions to benefit others, expecting nothing in return.

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Absolutism: The position that within a particular school of though, all different perspectives are either absolutely true or absolutely false.

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Empiricism: The scientific doctrine stating that all knowledge ultimately comes from sensory experience and observable evidence, rather than intuition or pre-conceived ideas.

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Eternalism: The philosophical position that time is just another dimension, that future events already exist, and that all points in time are equally real.

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In the 1990s, a psychologist named Martin Seligman led the positive psychology movement, which placed the study of human happiness squarely at the center of psychology research and theory. It continued a trend that began in the 1960s with humanistic and existential psychology, which emphasized the importance of reaching one’s innate potential and creating meaning in one’s life, respectively.